Autologic Diagnostics Appoints New Sales Team

Autologic Diagnostics Appoints New Sales Team

Each sales professional in Autologic's new sales force is strategically based in a different region of the country to best serve the needs of the company's growing client base.

Autologic - LogoAutologic Diagnostics, a worldwide provider of an aftermarket automotive diagnostics solution, announced today the formation of a new sales force that includes the appointment of several new sales professionals as well as the promotion of other current employees. Each sales professional is strategically based in a different region of the country to best serve the needs of Autologic’s growing client base.

The new sales team, all of whom will serve as regional sales managers in newly these created positions for the company, includes Michael Kevin Barrett, Donald Landrum, Ty Snow, Eric Edberg and Bryan Gabbert. Barrett, Landrum and Snow join Autologic effective immediately, while Edberg and Gabbert, current Autologic employees, were promoted from their roles as sales representatives. Each will manage a sales force of independent sales representatives and distributors in their respective regions.

Barrett, regional sales manager for the Northeast region, brings 12 years of experience to his role. Most recently, he worked as a diagnostics sales developer at Snap-on Equipment for the Kentucky/Southwest Ohio region. He is based in Alexandria, Kentucky, which is located near the Greater Cincinnati, Ohio, area.

Landrum, regional sales manager for the Southeast region, is a seasoned sales professional with a decade of sales-related experience. Before joining Autologic, he was regional sales manager at Mitchell 1, a software service provider that has provided repair information to the automotive industry for more than 90 years. He is based in Waco, Texas.

Snow, who will serve as regional sales manager for the Northwest/Southwest region, previously held the role of west regional sales manager for Ricoh USA. He is based in Gilbert, Arizona.

Edberg, regional sales manager for the West Coast, has been a top-performing independent and employee diagnostic sales technician for more than six years. He was Autologic’s Southern California diagnostic sales technician. Prior to that, he served in various sales-related roles, including those at Snap-on Equipment, Robert Half International and Rackspace Inc. Edberg is based in Carlsbad, California.

Gabbert, with nearly 20 years of automotive-related experience, is now regional sales manager overseeing the Midwest region. He was a diagnostic sales technician with the company before assuming this role. He is based in St. Louis. Most recently, he was owner of a Snap-on Tools franchise.

“We are excited to grow our sales team and to expand our sales efforts as we demonstrate the benefits of our newly unveiled Autologic Assist diagnostics support solution. The Assist is changing the way automotive diagnostics are performed and now, with our newly strengthened sales force, we anticipate spreading the word that much faster. We welcome these new seasoned professionals to our team and are also pleased to promote Eric and Bryan after their years of dedicated service and solid performance,” said Kevin FitzPatrick, president of Autologic North America.

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